The toll to cross the Severn Bridge will go up from the first of January.
The price for a car to cross will go up by ten pence - costing £6.50. While the charge for small vans and buses will increase by 30 pence to £13.10. The tolls increase every January. Money raised is used to maintain the crossing.
A 15 year old girl has gone missing from her home in South Gloucestershire. Caitlin Andrew lives in Pilning, near Severn Beach.
She hasn't been seen since lunchtime on Sunday.
It's thought she may have gone to the Stapleton Road area of Bristol. She has gone missing from home before.
Caitlin is around 5'2"tall and was last seen she was wearing light blue jeggings, a plain black hooded jacket and black daps.
She was carrying a large beige shoulder handbag.
M48 Severn Bridge closed to high sided vehicles due to strong winds between J2 A466 (Chepstow) and J1 A403 / B4461. Approach with care. Matrix sign set to 40 mph.
No decision has been made about what will happen to the Severn bridge tolls once the outstanding debt has been repaid, MPs heard today.
The private company operating both crossings is due to hand them back to the Government in the summer of 2018.
But tolls will remain at current levels for at least two years after that. The Transport Minister Stephen Hammond MP told Welsh MPs that the Government needed to recover extra maintenance costs, but denied the tolls were being used to raise extra money for the Treasury.
Investigations are continuing into an accident during this weekend's Severn Bridge Road Race, in which a rising cycle star was killed.
23-year-old Junior Heffernan from Devon died after colliding with a car at the side of the road as he came round a bend.
One lane is closed westbound on the old Severn Bridge for roadworks. That's between junction 1 for Aust and 2 for Chepstow. It's due to re-open at 5 pm.
The M48 Severn Bridge Crossing is closed Westbound all weekend for resurfacing between 6am Sat 7th until 11pm Sun 8th July.
Signed diversions are in place.
It closes Eastbound next weekend (Sat 14th - Sun 15th).
An 83-year old man has died after driving his car the wrong way along the M4 near the Second Severn Crossing.
At around 11pm last night, a Toyota Corolla was travelling westbound across the bridge.
Just before the toll booths the car turned around, and was travelling east on the wrong side of the carriageway.
It continued past junction 22 (M49) before colliding with two other vehicles.
The 83-year old driver of the Corolla died from his injuries. The other drivers weren't seriously hurt.
Police would like to speak to anyone who may have witnessed the incident to telephone the Collision Investigation Unit on 101.
The Severn Bridge has been closed to high sided vehicles, and one lane has been closed to general traffic, because of strong winds.